iLender.net and SSM Group, LLC
Complaint 51088 Details
- Date Occurred: 11/03/2013
- Reported Damages: $290.00
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The company or person contact no longer exists
The first of November I applied online for a loan, I found a legitimate company who verified my employment and income and gave me a loan which I approved. On 11/3/11 $250 was deposited into my bank account by SSM Group LLC, whom I've never heard of,unfortunately I didn't notice it at first because it was put in and taken out on the same day so didn't affect my balance. On 11/23/11 SSM Group withdrew $75 which overdrew my account and I was charged $35 by my bank. This is when I started to look at things closer. I don't look at my email that often which was another mistake I made because I received an email on 11/18/11 from firstname.lastname@example.org, again never heard of these people. All it consisted of was an attachment, I opened the attachment and found an account summary from SSM Group, LLC stating that I had received a $250 loan and that the refinance fee would be $75 and was due on 11/23/11. I tried to call phone number on this document to dispute that I had received this loan and that I had never signed anything authorizing these people to just deposit and withdraw money in/from my checking account and was unable to reach any live person. Then on 11/30/11 iLender.net, again company I have never heard of, was debiting and crediting my account for $.03, $.01, $.02 and then withdrew $30 from my account on 12/6/11. I tried to find out who these people were and why they had stolen $30 from me. I have deduced that all these companies are affiliated with each other and this scam of stealing money from all of us unsuspecting people. iLender.net charged me $30 for getting me a loan from SSM Group LLC/RiverElk. Apparently, they don't have to get permission from you to use your bank account as they please and you don't have to sign anything promising to pay them back for a loan you never received. I'm glad I found scambook.com, but too bad it was after the fact and I don't see how anybody is going to help me get my money back.
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Business Profile Summary
- Complaint Against iLender.net
- Complaints Filed: 719
- Reported Damages: $120,645.71
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